The Queens sofa has rigorous, but sought after lines in the proportions and sartorial details, which are pleasantly softened by the double armrest and the very soft and comfortable cushions.
It is visually light thanks to the thin multifaceted ash wood feet. It was designed to offer a product that is comfortable, cozy and suitable for different uses and with the composition utmost freedom.
Graduate at the Art School of Udine, after working three years in one of the most important advertising agencies in those years, Stefano Spessotto starts the activity of Product Designer launching a successful collaboration with Cerasa, now one of the most significant companies of bathroom furniture in Italy for volumes and sales.
In 1990 the model Flut reinterprets the bathroom giving way to a new era for the company and the industry in general. In 1991 he opened the Dedalo study and undertakes relationships with sports shoes and clothing companies such as Benetton, Le Coq Sportif and K2. At the same time it specializes in furnishing creating partnerships with different industries: Inda, Doupont, Teuco, Arbi, Ditre Italia, Seven, Barazza, Zanette, Valcucine and Scavolini and many others.
Stefano Spessotto deals with artistic direction by producing and coordinating ideas; the main activities are the design: Industrial, Graphic and Interior. He was for many years the artistic director of Ditre Italia and he still is for other companies in the furniture industry. Stefano conceives products already rich in meaning, each with a story to tell, thereby giving added value that each product should now have and where the consumer can identify with. Currently the project activity is focused on research of solutions designed for smaller living spaces. Creativity, flexibility, responsibility and humanity are the pluses that make Studio Spessotto a study of high level and recognized quality.